Throughout her career, Franzi has worked on a wide variety of publications concerning arts, culture and education. Below is a list of the key resources she has produced. Some are project reports, others books or academic journal articles. If available, she has included the link to the publication.
Kervin-Nye, A.; Florack, F. (2016) Cultural Capital- Teacher led research on the impact of arts and cultural education. London: NotDeadFish Publishing
Burnard, P.; Aaron, S.; Florack, F. & Blackwell, A. (2016). ‘Live Coding and Learning’. In A. King (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Music, Technology and Education. London: Routledge.
Arvanitis, K.; Gilmore, A.; Florack, F. & Zuanni, C. (2016) ‘Data culture and organisational practice’. Museums and the Web Conference 2016.
Burnard, P.; Brown, N.; Florack, F.; Major, L., Lavicza, S. and Blackwell, A. (2014) 'Sonic Pi- Live and Coding- A Project Report for Nesta's R & D Fund for the Arts'.
Florack, F. (2014). 'The Potential Benefits of Using Film as Part of Literacy Lessons- An Introduction to the Bradford City of Film Media Literacy Scheme and PhD'. Cambridge Open-Review Education Research e-Journal. 1 (1), p105-110.
Burnard, P.; Florack, F.; Blackwell, A.; Aaron, S.; Philbin, C.A.; Stott, J. and Morris, S. (2014) 'Learning from live coding music performance using Sonic Pi: Perspectives from collaborations between computer scientists, teachers and young adolescent learners'. Proceedings of the Live Coding and Collaboration Symposium, Birmingham (26.10.2014)
Florack, F. (2014). ‘Using the mainstream system to create an alternative Free School- A personal introduction to the Steiner Academy Leeds and its application’ in Pixel (eds) The Future of Education Conference 2014- Conference Proceedings. Florence, Italy: Libreriauniversitaria.
Florack, F. (2014). ‘Supporting Primary School Students With Their Writing in the City of Film- Summary of a Film Literacy PhD’ in Media and Learning (eds) Newsletter.
Florack, F. (2009). 'The AERO Conference '09'. Education Revolution Magazine. Autumn 2009.